PPB Funded Projects

Projects are listed alphabetically by mechanism.

F30 - Individual Predoctoral NRSA for M.D./Ph.D. Fellowships (ADAMHA)
Project Number Description
1F30HD096812-01A1 DRAKE, RACHEL
OREGON HEALTH & SCIENCE UNIVERSITY
FETAL CARDIOMYOCYTE FATTY ACID METABOLISM IS IMPAIRED IN INTRAUTERINE GROWTH RESTRICTION
5F30HD094345-02 SUNDERMANN, ALEXANDRA CLARE
VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY
EXAMINING COMPLEX RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN ALCOHOL EXPOSURE AND MISCARRIAGE RISK
F31 - Predoctoral Individual National Research Service Award
Project Number Description
1F31HD098886-01 O'REILLY, JULIA JIAQI
CHILDREN'S RESEARCH INSTITUTE
PLACENTAL ALLOPREGNANOLONE IS ESSENTIAL FOR DEVELOPMENT OF CORTICAL GABAERGIC SIGNALING
5F31HD085731-03 KO, TIFFANY S
UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA
FUNCTIONAL DIFFUSE OPTICAL MEASUREMENTS OF PSYCHOMOTOR FUNCTION IN NEONATES WITH HYPOPLASTIC LEFT HEART SYNDROME (HLHS)
F32 - Postdoctoral Individual National Research Service Award
Project Number Description
1F32HD098782-01 RYSAVY, MATTHEW ALBERT
UNIVERSITY OF IOWA
DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION OF A RISK-BASED APPROACH TO TARGET VITAMIN A THERAPY TO PREVENT BRONCHOPULMONARY DYSPLASIA AMONG VERY LOW BIRTH WEIGHT INFANTS
K08 - Clinical Investigator Award
Project Number Description
5K08HD093874-02 CHU, ALISON
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA LOS ANGELES
THE ROLE OF IL10 IN EARLY VASCULARITY, ENDOTHELIAL DYSFUNCTION, AND PROGRAMMING OF ADULT CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE
K23 - Mentored Patient-Oriented Research Devel Awd
Project Number Description
1K23HD096204-01A1 HERRICK, CYNTHIA J
WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY
CLINIC TO COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS: ENHANCING PRENATAL TO POSTPARTUM CARE TRANSITIONS TO PREVENT TYPE 2 DIABETES IN LOW INCOME WOMEN WITH GESTATIONAL DIABETES
1K23HD097254-01 SULLIVAN, BRYNNE ARCHER
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA
INTEGRATED PHYSIOMARKER, BIOMARKER AND CLINICAL PREDICTIVE ANALYTICS FOR EARLY WARNING OF SEPSIS AND NECROTIZING ENTEROCOLITIS IN VERY LOW BIRTH WEIGHT INFANTS.
5K23HD083511-04 KAPADIA, VISHAL S
UT SOUTHWESTERN MEDICAL CENTER
LOW VERSUS HIGH TRANSITIONAL OXYGEN SATURATION TARGETS FOR PRETERM RESUSCITATION IN THE DELIVERY ROOM: A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL
5K23HD083527-04 CHANG, TAMMY
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN AT ANN ARBOR
SPEAKING THEIR LANGUAGE: USING SOCIAL MEDIA AND TEXTING TO CREATE AN ADOLESCENT-CENTERED APPROACH TO HEALTHY WEIGHT GAIN DURING PREGNANCY
5K23HD084727-04 FOGLIA, ELIZABETH
UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA
OPTIMIZING RESPIRATORY FUNCTION IN DELIVERY ROOM RESUSCITATION: THE INFLATE STUDY (INFANT LUNG AERATION DURING TRANSITION EVENTS)
K99 -
Project Number Description
1K99HD097286-01 LESSEUR PEREZ, CORINA
ICAHN SCHOOL OF MEDICINE AT MOUNT SINAI
INTEGRATIVE ANALYSIS OF HUMAN PLACENTAL EPI/GENOME IN RELATION TO FETAL GROWTH
K99 - Career Transition Award
Project Number Description
1K99HD097302-01 GYLLENHAMMER, LAUREN ELIZABETH
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA-IRVINE
SYNERGISTIC EFFECT OF MATERNAL INSULIN-RESISTANCE AND CORTISOL IN PREGNANCY ON FETAL PROGRAMMING OF CHILD MITOCHONDRIAL FUNCTION AND OBESITY RISK
P01 - Research Program Projects
Project Number Description
5P01HD083132-04 ZHANG, LUBO
LOMA LINDA UNIVERSITY
GESTATIONAL HYPOXIA AND DEVELOPMENTAL PLASTICITY
5P01HD087150-03 MENDELSON, CAROLE R.
UT SOUTHWESTERN MEDICAL CENTER
MOLECULAR AND GENOMIC MECHANISMS IN THE BIOLOGY OF PREGNANCY AND PARTURITION
R00 -
Project Number Description
5R00HD090198-03 WALLINGFORD, MARY CATHERINE
TUFTS MEDICAL CENTER
DETERMINATION OF MATERNAL-FETAL PHOSPHATE TRANSPORT MECHANISMS AND THE ROLE OF SODIUM-DEPENDENT PHOSPHATE TRANSPORTERS IN EXTRAEMBRYONIC TISSUES
R01 - Research Project
Project Number Description
1R01HD094794-01A1 CUMMINGS, CHRISTY LYNN
BOSTON CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL
OPTIMIZING FAMILY COUNSELING FOR ANTICIPATED EXTREMELY PRETERM DELIVERY
1R01HD096209-01A1 HIRSCH, EMMET
NORTHSHORE UNIVERSITY HEALTHSYSTEM
PREVENTION OF PRETERM BIRTH USING THE COLLECTIN SURFACTANT PROTEIN A (SP-A)
1R01HD096260-01A1 SONCIN, FRANCESCA
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN DIEGO
ROLE OF VGLL1 IN HUMAN PLACENTAL DEVELOPMENT AND TROPHOBLAST SPECIFICATION
1R01HD097093-01 BALE, TRACY L
UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND BALTIMORE
PLACENTAL EPIGENETIC MECHANISMS CONTRIBUTING TO SEX-SPECIFIC IMPACTS OF MATERNAL STRESS ON FETAL DEVELOPMENT